University of East Anglia

      MPhys Physics

      4.8 excellent 2 opinions
      University of East Anglia
      In Norwich (England)

      Price on request

      Important information

      Typology Master
      Location Norwich (England)
      Start September 2019
      • Master
      • Norwich (England)
      • Start:
        September 2019
      Description

      Physics is the most fundamental science, answering the most far-reaching and fascinating questions we can pose. Study with us and question everything – from the physics of our planet to the quantum universe.


      - Study in a multidisciplinary faculty with a thriving research community, specialising in geophysics, fluid mechanics, chemical physics and quantum physics.
      - Gain transferable skills highly sought after by employers – from problem-solving and project work, to communication and technical expertise.
      - Take advantage of top-class facilities, including spectroscopy and ultrafast laser equipment, high-tech geophysics apparatus and experimental wave tanks.
      - Tailor your degree with a huge range of optional modules.

      Facilities (1)
      Where and when
      Starts Location
      Sep-2019
      Norwich
      University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
      See map
      Starts Sep-2019
      Location
      Norwich
      University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
      See map

      Opinions

      4.8
      excellent
      Course rating
      99%
      Recommended
      4.6
      excellent
      Centre rating

      Reviews on this course

      C
      Charlotte
      29/12/2017
      What I would highlight: Timetable was not as expected, it need some work rest was fine.
      What could be improved: .
      Course taken: December 2017
      Would you recommend this centre?: yes
      C
      Carolina Cantero
      13/02/2017
      What I would highlight: Better than expected, amazing environment, interesting course content.
      What could be improved: .
      Course taken: February 2017
      Would you recommend this centre?: yes
      Reviews gathered by Emagister & iAgora

      What you'll learn on the course

      Mathematics
      Mechanics
      Physical Chemistry
      Meteorology
      Geophysics
      Project
      Technology
      Communication Training
      GCSE Mathematics
      GCSE Physics

      Course programme


      Year 1

      Compulsory Study (120 credits)

      • ASTROPHYSICS,ACOUSTICS AND ADDITIONAL SKILLS
      • ELECTROMAGNETISM, OPTICS, RELATIVITY AND QUANTUM MECHANICS
      • LIGHT, ATOMS AND MOLECULES
      • MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENTISTS A
      • PROBABILITY AND MECHANICS
      • UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMIC PLANET


      Year 2

      Compulsory Study (100 credits)

      • HEAT, ATOMS AND MOLECULES
      • INTERMEDIATE TOPICS AND LABORATORY IN PHYSICS
      • MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENTISTS B
      • MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENTISTS C
      • QUANTUM THEORY AND SYMMETRY

      Option A Study (20 credits)

      • APPLIED GEOPHYSICS
      • APPLIED GEOPHYSICS WITH FIELDCOURSE
      • DYNAMICS AND VIBRATION
      • GLOBAL TECTONICS
      • LOW CARBON ENERGY: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
      • METEOROLOGY I
      • OCEAN CIRCULATION
      • PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I
      • PROGRAMMING FOR NON-SPECIALISTS
      • RENEWABLE ENERGY
      • SHELF SEA DYNAMICS AND COASTAL PROCESSES


      Year 3

      Compulsory Study (80 credits)

      • ADVANCED PHYSICS LABORATORY
      • ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHYSICS
      • NATURAL SCIENCES BSC PROJECT

      Option A Study (40 credits)

      • APPLIED GEOPHYSICS
      • APPLIED GEOPHYSICS WITH FIELDCOURSE
      • CHEMICAL PHYSICS - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
      • CLIMATE SYSTEMS
      • CONTROL SYSTEMS
      • DYNAMICAL METEOROLOGY
      • DYNAMICS AND VIBRATION
      • ELECTRICITY GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION
      • FLUID DYNAMICS
      • GEOPHYSICAL HAZARDS
      • GEOSCIENCES FIELDCOURSE: GREECE
      • GLOBAL TECTONICS
      • LOW CARBON ENERGY: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
      • METEOROLOGY I
      • MODELLING ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES
      • NUCLEAR AND SOLAR ENERGY
      • OCEAN CIRCULATION
      • PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I
      • PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II
      • PROGRAMMING FOR NON-SPECIALISTS
      • SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
      • SHELF SEA DYNAMICS AND COASTAL PROCESSES
      • THE LEARNING AND TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS


      Year 4

      Compulsory Study (80 credits)

      • MASTERS LEVEL NATURAL SCIENCES PROJECT

      Option A Study (40 credits)

      • ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL METHODS
      • ADVANCED MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES WITH ADVANCED TOPICS
      • ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHYSICAL AND NANOCHEMISTRY
      • CHEMICAL PHYSICS - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (MCHEM)
      • CLIMATE CHANGE: PHYSICAL SCIENCE BASIS
      • DYNAMICAL METEOROLOGY WITH ADVANCED TOPICS
      • ELECTRICAL ENERGY GENERATION, DISTRIBUTION AND STORAGE
      • FLUID DYNAMICS WITH ADVANCED TOPICS
      • GEOSCIENCES FIELDCOURSE: GREECE
      • MODELLING ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES
      • MODERN EMBEDDED TECHNOLOGY
      • QUANTUM FLUIDS
      • RESEARCH TOPICS IN EARTH SCIENCE
      • WAVE, TIDAL AND HYDRO ENERGY ENGINEERING
      • WIND ENERGY ENGINEERING

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